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Vectra 2005 sri 1.9 cdti flickering headlights and fog light's. Garage computer can't find a fault......could it be the switch?


check the headlight hi low relays
relays wont show up as a fault code

if no better.... yes it could be the actual switch

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Nov 25, 2016 | Cars & Trucks

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Hi my partner has a 2011 meriva a 1.7 cdti management light came on and car lost all compression in number 4 cylinder glow plug looks damaged or seriously burnt any ideas


no compression and damaged glow plug can be debris in cylinder [broken valve piece of glow plug ]damaged piston or valves will need to pull the head off or use a scope to see what damage is in the cylinder but you will have to pull head any way to remove and check for debris and condition of cylinder wall --when removing the valve cover will be able to inspect the valves and rockers on cylinder 4

Aug 16, 2016 | Opel Meriva Cars & Trucks

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I have just changed the alternator on my 2008 vectra 1.9 cdti now my engine is very loud but it is not loosing any power and it was really quiet prior to the work done on it.


Take it back to the people that changed your alternator, and have them tighten the exhaust manifold they removed to get to the alternator.

May 16, 2015 | Cars & Trucks

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What is fault code po052


p0052 , vauxhall. no year???????????????,
my guess, no vaux, here. in usa.
is bad oxygen sensor heater (10x burned off wires)
is this a v6?
Bank2, sensor 1, heater.
a real FSM tells you the exact meaning per engine, not much else will.

or B2S1 we call it.
bank 2 is that bank that is on the #1 cylinder side.
here ill google this (me dumb using google lies)lol
3rd hit.
http://www.astraownersclub.com/vb/showthread.php/571072-List-of-Fault-codes-and-how-to-check-for-them

diesel.
a Fiat GM engine.
The most common JTD engine is the 1.9 L (1,910 cc, 82 mm bore, 90.4 mm stroke) straight-4 found on various brands and models.

must be Vectra -C (gen)
The four-cylinder diesel engine was replaced in 2004 by a Fiat-designed 1.9 litre Ecotec CDTI engine capable of producing 89 kW (119 hp) in 8v form and 110 kW (148 hp) in 16v form.[12]

OK its and I-4
so why pray tell, does and I-4 have a bank 2 (its no V6)
my wild guess, is like my JEEP I6, it has a split exhaust manfold
and 4 oxy senstors.
so on mine, B2S1 is the top, rear sensor,
B2S2 , S2 is always behind the CAT.

these odd facts, are why and FSM always wins
sorry i dont have one to prove, this. (split deal)
good luck.




Sig: I must ask questions first, I'm blind, and my tools can't reach, dig?

Jun 22, 2014 | Vauxhall Vectra Cars & Trucks

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Fault code c1523 on a vauxhall vectra 1.9 cdti


what does this code mean on my vectra c c1523

Sep 01, 2012 | Vauxhall Cars & Trucks

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2006 Vauxhall Vectra 1.9 cdti 150, The internal heater fan is stuck on. anybody know were the relays are for this.


check the temperature sensor in the head ,i would imagine the relay is in the power distribution box under the bonnet but which one ? cant say i have done one as yet to know

Apr 28, 2012 | Vauxhall Vectra Cars & Trucks

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Diesel filter location vectra v6 cdti


It is an internal / insert paper filter, follow the fuel lines to the housing.

Special tools required to remove & refit, the new filter will damage if touched by fingers!!

Feb 20, 2012 | 2003 Vauxhall Vectra

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